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lainess, but who is qufte secure in her knowledge that she is a genuine mar ried lady traveling respectably with her husband, was not locked up, as she is an expectant mother. Katy is in the Clark street Annex, awaiting the arrival of "Pa," but she has no intention of throwing herself on his bosom and begging forgive ness. Quite to the contrary, she is going to talk to 'Ta" about her future sup port right here in Chicago, as she has grown fond of the Windy City. And to wind the stdry up, Mrs. Skinner, a social worker in the court, went to the State street address, au thorized by Katy to get her clothes and, if they couldn't be put into the suitcases, she was to take one of Mrs. Keugg's suitcases, which had been purchased with Katy's money. But when Mrs. Skinner opened Mrs. Reugg's suitcase she found it full of tiny clothes for a baby, and she is wondering whether the .Reuggs came on the affinity-moon as a sort of second honeymoonsirice they came so well equipped for emergen cies. o o PERSON DEFENSE LEAGUE MEET A meeting of the Carl Person De fense League will be held tomorrow afternoon at Fleiner's Hall, 1638 N. Halsted st. A large crowd of North Side trade unionists is expected. Attorney Prank Comerprd, L. P: Straube and other speakers will ex plain the plight of Carl Person, the young editor of the Strike Bulletin, who killed Tony Musser; chief of the Illinois Central strikebreakers, in de fense of his life. o o EASY FOR BROOKS "Young Brooks is relieved of one trouble, anyhow." "What's that?" "He won't have to lie about his sal ary to the girl he is going to many. Hi works for her father." HOBSON WOULD WHEEL INTO U. S. SENATE Montgomery, Ala, To tlie chug chug of a motorcycle rather than the blare of a brass band, Richmond P. Hobson will make his campaign for the U. S. senate next fall. He ex pects to address 20 audiences a day. THE WRONG JO BE SICK. r ; ; , ; "My dear child, what are you cry ing about?" " 'Cause' I've been too sick to go to, school today an' it's a holiday an I wouldn't uv had to gone, anyway."